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Long awaited announcement - Dassault Aviation Falcon 6X enters service

Date: 04 Dec 2023 18:23 (UTC)
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I have to admit, this is one announcement I've really been waiting for. If you can put it that way in aviation terms, -it was love at first sight. A plane that conquered me immediately.

As a reminder: type certification was granted last August 22nd by both EASA and the FAA. Since that time, Dassault Aviation applied post-certification upgrades that required EASA approval.

Dassault Aviation Chairman and CEO Éric Trappier stated: "Dassault Aviation shares this remarkable occasion with our customers who are sure to receive an exceptional aircraft."

Remember, Falcon 6X redefines business jet travel experience with added comfort, safety and technology. Its cabin, the tallest and widest in business aviation, provides unparalleled spaciousness. Its 5,500 nm (10,186 km) range and Maximum Mach Operating speed of Mach .90 can connect you to most major business centers.

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